Gain a tactical edge with the the simple, versatile Throat Microphone Headset for Harris XL-45/95, XG-15/25/75 radios. The Throat Mic features a conduction microphone and acoustic tube earpiece for simple, clear two-way communication. The throat mic does not interfere with your gas mask, shroud or other protective equipment. Great for tactical, military, fire, healthcare, extreme sports and healthcare professionals.
Transmit clearly and receive privately with the simple, versatile Throat Microphone Headset for Harris XL-45/95, XG-15/25/75 radios.
The Throat Microphone Headset helps you transmit clearly in situations where traditional audio accessories just won’t work. The throat microphone is highly versatile – designed to fit almost anyone, work with almost any protective equipment and perform in almost any situation, location or activity.
The Throat Mic converts vibrations from the larynx into audible transmissions. Because it does not rely on traditional sound waves traveling through the air, the throat mic can be worn with a wide variety of protective equipment and heavy clothing – including respirators, protective suits, gas masks, shrouds, helmets, heavy coats and more. Background noise is also virtually eliminated, allowing the Throat Mic to be used to transmit clearly in loud locations.
The Throat Mic allows you listen and transmit discreetly without removing your radio from its carrier. The Throat Microphone headset also helps enhance your safety and performance. The headset allows you to use your hands to protect yourself, operate tools, grasp railings, move items, and perform routine tasks while using your radio.
The Throat Microphone combines a conduction microphone and acoustic-tube earpiece into a single unit that fits comfortably around your neck. The Throat Microphone converts vibrations from the larynx into clear transmissions, and does not interfere with your gas mask, shroud or other protective gear. The integrated acoustic tube earpiece places your radio’s speaker in your ear for clear and private radio reception. The throat mic and earpiece are reversible allowing you to wear the headset comfortably with the earpiece in either ear. Transmit using the integrated push to talk button with clothing clip located on the wire connecting the headset to your radio.
The Throat Mic headset is an ideal choice for military, tactical, healthcare professionals, and recreational users requiring a highly versatile and simple headset. The Throat Microphone Headset for XG series radios is also available with a quick disconnect radio connector (see model number EH-TM-T-QD-1018).
The Throat Microphone Headset offers an Auxiliary push to talk (PTT) port. Connect the remote PTT (sold separately) to the Aux PTT port on the main PTT. The cable is run inside or outside your clothing depending on your preference.
The Throat Microphone Headset is worn around your neck with the earpiece over your ear. Adjust the neck grip for optimal comfort. Clip the PTT button to the center of your shirt or other convenient location. The cable is run inside or outside your shirt depending on your preference.
The Throat Microphone Headset is worn around your neck with the earpiece over your ear. Adjust the neck grip for optimal comfort. Clip the PTT button to your vest on your shoulder or other convenient location. The cable is run inside or outside your vest depending on your preference.
Came in normal package, but the actual mic itself was stored inside a nice cardboard package. Other items like the extra earpieces were bagged up individually, helps keeps things organized and prevents damage to the mic itself during transport. Personally I would recommend a separate case to hold the mic, but the box works just as good. Quality from incoming transmission is clear. Outgoing transmission varies, must be high up on the throat to collect voice, but is clear if high enough. The best way I check if it’s collecting my speech is if the throat mic itself vibrates when speaking, or having another radio on hand to do a radio check. Cord is long for any long term thing, but must be probably stashed away in order to not get caught if you are working with it. The earpiece cord itself is also pretty long for me, I had to find a way to attach it to the throat mic so it doesn’t stick out. Unfortunately for me, my neck is too skinny so I have to keep adjusting it but it fits well even for a skinny neck like mine. Attaches well to the XG-15, though have to replug on occasion when hit with a bump, but also could be a potential technical difficult with my radio. Does the job and does it well.